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15 QAnon-linked candidates have won key primaries in 2022. The GOP and its leaders are embracing them.

15 QAnon-linked candidates have won key primaries in 2022. The GOP and its leaders are embracing them.

Some candidates with conspiracy ties are getting big help from a Republican Party eager to retake the House. Part two of “,” an occasional series examining the QAnon movement’s influence in American politics. Halfway through this year’s primaries, at least 15 candidates linked to the QAnon conspiracy movement have advanced to November’s general elections for congressional or statewide offices, has found. Hear more from Steve Reilly and Jason Paladino about this story:Deep-pocketed mainstream Republican groups and party leaders are pitching in to support who have survived their...

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Alaska’s devastating wildfire season is the latest climate change-fueled disaster

Alaska’s devastating wildfire season is the latest climate change-fueled disaster

The state is on track to set a new and horrible record.The United States’ just keeps rolling. After floods in Yellowstone National Park, heat waves from Phoenix to Philadelphia, and drought-baked reservoirs dropping to near unusable levels, a potentially historic wildfire season in Alaska has emerged as the country’s latest climate disaster.Fire has always been part of Alaska’s environment, but hotter, drier summers are supercharging the seasons there just like they are in the American West. Grid spoke with Rick Thoman, a climate specialist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks — where...

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The great slowdown: Why inflation, housing and the labor market might be showing a recession — or something else

The great slowdown: Why inflation, housing and the labor market might be showing a recession — or something else

This is one of the most confusing times in recent memory for the economy. , there’s unprecedented gloom; meanwhile, employers are hiring at a pace that’s only modest compared with . The housing market is in a state of flux, no longer buoyed by low and falling interest rates; some of the hottest markets in the country haven’t just seen slowing price growth, but the beginning of an outright reversal. Meanwhile, for many renters, housing costs continue to climb. And the biggest and most uncertain economic condition of them all, inflation, has no simple answer. But across all of these varied...

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Space is turning into a dangerous junkyard

Space is turning into a dangerous junkyard

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station scrambled for shelter last November as their fragile home flew through an unexpected cloud of debris 300 miles above Earth. A Russian antisatellite missile had slammed into a defunct satellite as part of a weapons test, blowing it to smithereens. Any one of the resulting fragments .The astronauts survived that day. But space junk is a big problem, and it’s getting worse. The skies are littered with dead satellites and rocket parts, many dating to the Cold War space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. Zooming among these...

Jun 22
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Most corporations stood by pledges to not fund politicians who voted against Biden's victory

Most corporations stood by pledges to not fund politicians who voted against Biden's victory

Copyright © 2021, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementIn the aftermath of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, many of the nation’s largest corporations pledged that they would suspend donations to elected officials who opposed the certification of Joe Biden’s victory, hindered the peaceful transfer of power or incited violence. Some said they would stop contributing all together.The vast majority kept their word, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.“There was a lot of cynicism around the announcements when they first were made,” said Judd Legum, the...

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April 20, 2021
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Huge Trump car caravan disrupted some voters in Temecula, authorities say

Huge Trump car caravan disrupted some voters in Temecula, authorities say

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementA massive caravan of supporters of President Trump paraded for 60 miles through Riverside County on Sunday afternoon before converging on a large Temecula sports park, blocking access to the site, which included a vote center, snarling traffic and upsetting some voters, officials there said.“Law enforcement was contacted to ensure that access to the parking lot and voter assistance center were clear,” Brooke Federico, a spokeswoman for Riverside County, said in an email. “The Sheriff’s Department responded and cleared access to the...

November 2, 2020
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More than 1 million California ballots already cast, shattering records

More than 1 million California ballots already cast, shattering records

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementElection day is more than two weeks away, but already more than 1 million Californians have returned their mail-in ballots, according to the state, an amount that dwarfs the number submitted at this point four years ago. This marks the most ballots collected by mail at this point in any California election.Nearly half of the mail-in ballots come from Los Angeles County, where about 435,000 voters have already sent in their ballots, according to the L.A. County registrar-recorder’s office. The flood of ballots by Secretary of State Alex...

October 14, 2020
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